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The winners of the 2018 Christmas card competition
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Winners announced for Theresa May MP’s Christmas card competition

  • 7 Dec 2018

On Thursday 6th December the winners of Theresa's Christmas card competition were announced.

The contest, held in partnership with the Maidenhead Advertiser, saw children from the Maidenhead constituency design a festive card to be sent to world leaders and politicans.

Courthouse School’s Chloe Hathaway and Amelie Beard, both nine, and Dexter Van Elkan, nine, from Oldfield School, created the top three cards and have been invited to London to help turn on the Christmas lights at 10 Downing Street.

Theresa said:

“It is always such an amazing display of young artistic talent in Maidenhead and this year has been no different. It is such a joy to go through them.”